We are so glad that you have found your way here.

Perhaps you are a parent, watching your child or teenager struggle. It can be painful to see your child unhappy, worried, or lonely, especially when you aren’t sure how to help or make things better.

Perhaps you are looking for a therapist for yourself. You may be feeling helpless and overwhelmed, or wondering if, when and how things will improve.

Whether you are looking for a therapist for yourself or for your child, please know that things can get better. While our therapists don’t have magic wands, we do have the training, tools, and experience to help you find your way. We offer expertise in:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Grief, loss, and life changes
  • Trauma therapy
  • Identity, including LGBTQIA+ and multicultural experiences
  • Parent-child relationships and attachment

Therapy offers an opportunity to explore patterns in your life, understand how the past affects the present, and choose your path. It is a chance to learn new skills, build healthier relationships, and embrace your authentic self.

We look forward to taking this journey with you!

Get Started

Do you or your child need help?

If you are visiting our website in search of a therapist, you may be wondering, “What next?” We hope our guide to getting started, from the first phone call to the first appointment, will put you at ease.


Finding a therapist who is the “right fit” is important. While therapy isn’t always easy, you should feel comfortable with your therapist and confident in his or her ability to help. Each therapist at Campbell Psychological has our own style of therapy, but we all approach our work with compassion and respect.

Ashley Arnold, LCSW, RPT  

Leslie Londré, LPC

Carri Morris, LPC
School-based Only

Marcy Rost, LPC

Marcy Rost, LPC

Erica Wilson, MS

Christine Artz
Office Manager

Wanda Koontz
Intake Coordinator